Dr Oz: Beets Lower Blood Pressure & Beet Juice, Beet Popsicle Recipes

Dr Oz: Lower High Blood Pressure 10 Points With Beet Juice

Dr. Oz said blood pressure is the number one cause of aging (I thought time was the number one cause of aging but I’m not Dr. Oz), but new studies have shown there is one simple solution to lowering blood pressure: beets.

Beets are a very common vegetable that are nutritious, low in calories and have now been shown to lower blood pressure by up to 10 points. Dr. Oz said drinking beet juice could lead to a 10 percent decrease in deaths from heart disease.

Comments

  1. Angel says

    I want to give my recipe to every body and I know you will like it.
    2 beets
    1 cup berries
    2 spoons of honey
    1/2 cup water and ice
    blend it and look at your blood pressure

  2. natalie says

    I juiced 2 medium size beetroots and added it to 1litre bottle of Welch’s grape juice. About three years ago, to raise my blood count in preparation for surgery this was recommended by a friend. My blood count went up to almost 12 in a short time, my blood pressure was within acceptable range, did not realize until now, that it was because of the beets. Tasted good, since then I have recommended it to almost anybody who has to raise their blood count, it really works.

  3. Mary Siehr says

    I would like to know if anyone knows how long a batch of beet juice will last in the Refrig. I have been juicing beets since June and my blood pressure Has dropped .

    • says

      I’m glad to hear that it’s working for you! Fresh juices tend to stay fresh for just a few days, which is the tricky part, because it means you have to make juice about twice a week to keep it around all the time. What have your results been like so far?

  4. Patrick says

    I’ve been juicing beets for the past month and a half. I juice, 1 large beet or 2 small, 3 carrots, 2 apples, thumb size piece of fresh ginger. Taste awesome. I will on occasion add other fruits, veggies and even herbs like, grapes, strawberries, parsley, cilantro, pineapple, cucumbers and even garlic. Use your imagination and juice whatever you want. Word of advice though, do NOT try to juice bananas.

  5. Janet G. says

    Not sure if anyone can answer this but how long will you have to juice to see a raise in your blood count? My sister-in-law is severely anemic, she has to have 3-4 blood/iron transfusions a year her count is usually 6-7.4. Not looking for a cure but maybe something that might help her.

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